Frequently asked questions by patients - Bote-San Clinique
How do I make an appointment?

To make an appointment, contact us by phone either at 0364 804 677 or at 0732 124 385 or online, by accessing the appointments section and filling in the information required.

What is a dental crown made in CAD/CAM system?

A dental crown made in CAD/CAM system by the dental technicians has the role to replace or protect a tooth that has undergone advanced coronary destruction or a missing tooth.

What is an intra-oral scanner?

The introduction of 3D optical printing was one of the technological revolutions of modern dental medicine. Recently intra-oral scanners were introduced on the market, performing digital printing directly in the patient’s oral cavity, without the need to use printing materials which were pretty difficult to bear and required a large number of steps to finalise the procedure.

What is the IntraSpin™ System?

The IntraSpin™ is intended for the quick and safe preparation of the platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) from a blood sample collected from the patient’s own body resources.

What is a root canal performed under the microscope?

The root canal consists of the removal of the damaged dental pulp from inside the radicular canals. Subsequently, these canals are sterilised and filled in. The success rate increases considerably with a microscope treatment rather than a classic treatment, as it eliminates numerous risks.

What is an implant?

In the case of a dental implant, a screw made of titanium replaces the dental root. By means of a surgical procedure, the implant is inserted in the maxillary bone. The discomfort of this intervention is not higher than that of a dental extraction.

What is a fibreglass dental pivot?

In the case of the teeth located at the posterior side, both on the posterior and on the inferior maxillary bone, the treatment consists of inserting a fibreglass dental pivot to strengthen the dental crown. The teeth which have undergone canal treatments can suffer fractures of the walls and, subsequently, complications which can lead to dental extractions.